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Loud and Clear.

I would like to take a minute to thank those who have decided to take a chance on me. Let me explain. Over the past few years, I have not...

Graduations.

As we approach graduation season I am reminded of ALL of the graduating we do during life. In mine? I graduated grades. Then I graduated...

Losing A Mother.

Having lost both of my parents, I can speak with some authority, about the topic of parental loss, as are many others out there. BOTH of...

Show Up.

Show up for the people you love. Be. There. Don't offer a word. Offer a hand. Offer a lift, not a let down. Instead of advice, try...

Mowing With Tourette's.

I recently purchased an old school push mower without an engine. Just good old fashioned muscle power, literally. Hey, I was on a mission...

April 15.

This date is known for two things. Taxes, and the sinking of the Titanic. My Mom wanted in on the action. Now it is known for three...

Crazy and Delusional.

Make no bones about it. I am crazy. With a side of delusional grandeur. But not straight up delusions. I know. Crazy right?!? Yeah, that...

The Parable of a Rock.

I love Newport, R.I. I adore walking the beach up and down, looking for shells, driftwood, and quite frankly, anything else I think looks...

Grounded.

I have begun to believe there are two types of people in this world. The first are what I like to call, "Balloons." The second group are...

Rebranded.

When in the actual fuck did we feel the need to rebrand, EVERYTHING. People. Places. Food. I remember a time when this thing called a...

Electrician Not Needed.

Some people are electric. They just are. They burn you with their bright. Their happiness. Their shine. Their sparkle. Their laugh. Their...

Unwanted Toys.

It is bizarre to think sometimes we need to find that old toy in the attic to remind us of what we had. To bring a smile to our face. But...

Push Back.

I am not sure at what point in our lives, we decided to hand over everything to our kids, but it has happened. And I hate what I see....

The Electric City.

I recently found myself in Scranton for their "World Famous" Saint Patrick's Day Parade. Had I been in my 20's? Elated. A gift from God....

Milk Carton Roomba.

I was recently blessed to spend some magical time, in a magical location, with my wonderful family. While visiting, I noticed a roomba...

Grief.

Grief is nuts. It just is. Grief makes us act irrationally and also makes us act our truest self. All in the same moment. It reminds us...

Boredom.

Do we fear boredom? Or do we relish it? Do we bathe in it, or do we loathe it? Kids HATE boredom. So much so, that they feel the need to...

Strength.

I recently learned about the passing of a high school classmate who had been given the death sentence of Covid 19. She passed away, way,...

Red Solo Cup.

I am not one for country music. That being said, I recently heard a song that touched my soul. It spoke to me. The song is named,...

Things I Learned This Week.

I read. A LOT. That being said, yes, you can clearly argue that my writing should be better as such, MUCH better, however, moving right...

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